Alice Kaufman



September, 2017

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Commented on Envision Concord 5 years, 7 months ago
Many of our roads and streets are common bike routes - Lowell, Monument, Bedford, Lexington, Sudbury, Commonwealth, & Lawsbrook. I understand that the width of many of our roads will not allow installation of bike lanes. Painted Sharrows would help remind drivers that these roads are shared & to drive with caution.
Supported a comment by Gary Kleiman on Envision Concord 5 years, 8 months ago
Gary Kleiman
Continue to increase access to the West Concord waterfront through trails, interpretive features, picnic spots or boat launches/fishing piers, but maintain natural aesthetic.
Supported a comment by Martin Alejandro Padilla on Envision Concord 5 years, 8 months ago
Martin Alejandro Padilla
A bus between Acton's business areas, Concord and West Concord would be a great way of getting rid of 1 of 2 cars in a family. Specially because you can bike in the summer, but not in the winter...
Commented on Envision Concord 5 years, 8 months ago
Our economy thrives on vibrant downtown areas. We may need to think creatively about the business interests that provide so much to our community.
Supported a comment by Bill Kemeza on Envision Concord 5 years, 8 months ago
Bill Kemeza
Concord Center, seems to be losing its vitality as shops close.

A significant way to address this is to make the center itself an experience. Walking, lingering, having commodious places to sit, to eat, to talk. Imagine places where our restaurants could have tables outside. Our stores could have displays where folks could take their time.

Consider widening the sidewalks on the Milldam and Walden street by getting rid of street parking. With signage, direct cars to our parking lots (and negotiate more spaces from private sources) to offset the loss of on-street parking.

The current traffic lanes would remain.
Supported a comment by Leslie Pelton on Envision Concord 5 years, 8 months ago
Leslie Pelton
We need safe biking lanes for people of all ages throughout Concord